If you grew up or had a child old enough to play with dolls in the '00s, chances are you're pretty familiar with Bratz dolls.
Another option besides the classic Barbie, Bratz were fashion-forward teens with big heads, long hair and lots and lots of makeup.
As it turns out, women are realizing that their choice of childhood doll may have played a role in their current interest in makeup, with many ladies on Twitter noting that their Bratz dolls' skills with makeup likely contributed to their own today. Considering the Bratz often rocked full flawless faces, it's not a tough leap to make — keep reading for a few of Twitter's best thoughts on the topic.
The tweet that started it all, this thought from Twitter user @LexHurtado went massively viral and spawned plenty of love for the dramatic dolls.
These are the dolls we grew up with and we're expected to NOT be boujee?!? YOU SEE THIS SLAY TEAM?! pic.twitter.com/EDuoORWIqe— Puchi (@LexHurtado_) May 16, 2017
Several people noted that the Bratz rocked makeup trends that are now seen pretty much everywhere, a fair point considering the fact the dolls' winged liner was basically perfection.
Others compared the Bratz to today's crop of Instagram models. We have to say, they have a good point.
Bratz dolls were really ahead of their time. They look just like a pack of Instagram models. https://t.co/EewncfB7kK— ?emefa (@tamakloeee) May 17, 2017
no no instagram models look like THEM. WE learned from THEM. life imitates art. bratz dolls ARE art. THEY taught US. https://t.co/xxPZH4nmA0— baecca (@beccalikesbacon) May 17, 2017
Some simply thanked their Bratz for helping them grow into the fierce women they are today.
Photo Credit: Twitter / @Bratz